Lots are coming as a package only, consisting of 1.4 Acres in total
An excellent opportunity to acquire 3 adjacent lots with a 2 Bedroom traditional Bajan home and ocean views.
Lot 1: Corner Lot 5533 Sq Ft, Lot 2: Road Level 32,134 Sq Ft, Lot 3B: 23,095 Sq Ft = 1.4 Acres
The lots are sold as one, not individually. The home will need considerable renovations.
Tent Bay, situated on the East Coast of Barbados in the parish of St. Joseph, is a delightful coastal spot. It is flanked by Martin’s Bay and Congor Bay to the south, while to the north lie Bathsheba, of which Tent Bay village is a part, and Cattlewash.
The shoreline of Tent Bay is a colorful assembly of local fishing boats that are moored there. Visitors in the morning and evening can observe Bajan fishermen navigating their “day-boats” in and out of the bay. Fishing is a way of life for the people of Tent Bay, and it’s a privilege to witness their skill in handling these small crafts amidst the powerful waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Tent Bay also hosts a small fish market, a must-visit for those seeking high-quality fresh fish and seafood. You can easily access it by driving down to the seafront and parking nearby.
The beach at Tent Bay is rugged, with a mix of sand and rocks, providing an engaging terrain for walking and beachcombing. The diverse and stunning landscapes make it a favorite spot for photographers.
Like other beaches along the East Coast of Barbados, Tent Bay experiences strong currents and undertows, making it unsuitable for recreational swimming. However, surfers are drawn to the area, including the nearby ‘Soup Bowl’ in Bathsheba. Tent Bay offers an exposed reef break with consistent surfing waves, though it can be flat in the summer months. While caution is necessary due to rip tides and rocks, experienced surfers can enjoy good surf with fewer crowds.
One of the notable landmarks in this area is the Atlantis Hotel, one of the island’s oldest hotels, fully refurbished in 2009 and now a boutique hotel. It sits proudly on a hill in Tent Bay, overlooking the rugged Atlantic Ocean and fishing activities below. The hotel is famous for its traditional Bajan cuisine, using local fresh ingredients like meats, seafood, dairy, fruits, and vegetables. The lunchtime buffets on Wednesdays and Sundays are particularly popular, continuing a long-standing tradition.
The Barbados railway, spanning 24 miles, operated from 1883 to 1937 and primarily transported sugar cane and passengers from Bridgetown to St. Andrew. Near Tent Bay, the railway track mostly followed the scenic sea road, offering passengers unparalleled views of the ocean and surrounding countryside.
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